Methods of Averaging in Non-Linear Problems of Relativistic Electrodynamics

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Averaging method (Differential equations), Electrodynamics, Mathematics, Averaging method (Differential, Nonlinear theories, Science/Mathem
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ISBN 101885978278
ISBN 139781885978271

Kulish V.V. () The methods of averaging in nonlinear problems of relativistic electrodynamics. World Federation Publisher Company, Inc. (Tampa-Atlanta).

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In the limit as λ → 0, the factor e λt becomes unity. The term +i0, denoting the limit of iλ as λ tends to zero from positive values, determines the manner of integration with respect to the variable E f (dE f occurs as a factor in dv f together with the differentials of other quantities which describe the states of the continuous spectrum).

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